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Carol Service 2018

Click on the image to the left to see a gallery of pictures showing our annual Carol Service.


MSN games small schools football tournament

Tuesday 13th November 2018 @ Somervale School

In the first football fixture of the season, the Longvernal school team produced an outstanding team performance. They began the tournament excitedly watching other schools play as it was ‘a rest match’… But little did they know that this would be their final rest for the next 2 hours! The first match was against Clutton. Longvernal played well as a team and clinched a tense 1-0 victory, thanks to a calm and composed goal from Callum. Without a moment to rest, Longvernal marched onwards to play against Trinity. It was a tight and evenly contested match, ending 0-0, with notable battling performances from Jett, Stern and Colby. In the final group game, Longvernal needed to win or draw in order to progress to the semi-finals. After an even start, Farmborough scored first, but Longvernal came scorching back after an excellent goal on the counter attack by Louey. The match ended 1-1, sending Longvernal to their first ever semi-final at the MSN games small schools football tournament. Drawing a parallel to England’s run to the World Cup semi-final in the summer, Longvernal were on the brink of creating history! The semi-final was against Kilmersdon School. Both teams fought valiantly for the duration of the match, but neither side were able to break the deadlock. Alex and Brandon were a formidable pairing in defence. Extra-time could not separate the sides, so the match needed to be decided by penalty kicks. Captain fantastic, Matty took the first penalty and scored. 1-0 to Longvernal. Kilmersdon replied to even the scores at 1-1. Callum then calmly stepped up to make the score 2-1 to Longvernal. In a huge moment of significance, Harry tipped a Kilmersdon penalty onto the bar to keep the score at 2-1 to Longvernal. With huge pressure on his young shoulders, Noah blasted home the winning penalty to send the players and supporters into raptures and send Longvernal into the final against Farmborough. Longvernal played brilliantly in the final but could not prevent a resurgent Farmborough side from securing a 3-0 victory. Every single player in the Longvernal team contributed to an excellent team performance and an outstanding achievement in finishing as runners up.


Harvest Festival

We all enjoyed walking to the Methodist Church for the Harvest Festival. Each year group produced art work which was displayed in the church and we all enjoyed singing our favourite Harvest songs!


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